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Lawyers, Guns and Money is a politics and culture blog written primarily by a group of eight academics.  LGM was founded in May 2004 by David Watkins, Rob Farley, and Scott Lemieux.

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David Watkins
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Robert Farley is an assistant professor at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce. His work includes military doctrine, national security, and maritime affairs. He contributes to the Diplomat: Flashpoints and Information Dissemination.
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Scott Lemieux is an assistant professor of political science at the College of Saint Rose. His work includes constitutional law and abortion politics. He contributes to the American Prospect and to Vox Pop.
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David Noon is an associate professor of US History at the University of Alaska Southeast. He writes primarily about politics, culture, and historical memory and is currently working on a manuscript about Abraham Lincoln in American literature.
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David Brockington is Lecturer in Politics & Social Science Methods, and serves as Programme Manager at the Plymouth University School of Government in England.  He writes about comparative electoral behavior and turnout, teaches most everything, and remains thankful that he hasn’t chaired his department in over two years.
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Scott Eric Kaufman was a lecturer at the University of California, Irvine. Now he’s employed as a “writer” by the Raw Story. He wrote a dissertation about evolutionary theory in 19th Century popular American culture, but now writes primarily about visual rhetoric in contemporary popular culture and the hilarious “vortex of misfortune” that is his life. He is currently working on so many projects that anything he writes about here will be obsolete within a week.
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Erik Loomis is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Rhode Island. A labor and environmental historian, he is currently working on a manuscript about timber worker unions and environmental change in the Pacific Northwest forests.
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